Under My Skin: Mindfulness and Anger
Anger, irritation, frustration, and aversion are powerful emotions that can destroy our relationships, happiness, and peace of mind. Often we find that small things can build up to big explosions or that we release our anger against the people we care about the most.
During this workshop we will utilize mindfulness practices to seek out the root of these emotions. We will work to know and accept these aspects of our lives and learn how to express these emotions skillfully.
$20.00 suggested donation includes a vegetarian/vegan lunch. No one turned away for lack of funds. For more information, contact the Registrar.
Samuel Gentoku McCree
Gentoku holds a Bachelor's Degree in Philosophy from George Washington University. He was a long-term resident and member of the staff at Great Vow Zen Monastery for two years, where he participated in many workshops and classes on subjects including Non-Violent Communication, The Inner Critic, and Voice Dialogue. He is the current Director of Communications for Zen Community of Oregon and an Enrichment Lead Teacher at Providence Montessori School.